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Keyboard on laptop does nothing.

The only thing when i turn on my Gateway 7320 laptop is at the begening BOOT menu press or BIOS settings press Then a sign on toppops up that says American Megatrends, and info about comp, Pri master, Sec master, It sayes CMOS settings wrong ect. Press f1 to run setup . nothing happens when i press any of the keys.

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    Art Ellison May 11, 2010

    Can you enter setup by pressing the F1 key?

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